UC Santa Cruz’s new Humanizing Technology Certificate Program is helping students confront the moral and social implications of technology, harnessing the power of the humanities to envision a more just and responsible future.
Members of the UCSC Black Men’s Alliance alumni group, which mentors students and helps them launch careers, found that a trip to Ghana not only got them in touch with their African roots but also deepened their connections with each other.
UCSC’s Global Learning program helps students garner new skills, expertise, and experiences in study-abroad internships and learning opportunities.
UCSC’s Blum Center has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to amplify affordable housing opportunities in Santa Cruz. One of the project’s goals is to understand how homeownership affects families in terms of things like parental and child economic stability, health, and well-being.
UC Santa Cruz researchers are using their deep expertise in the structure and function of RNA molecules to tackle diseases from hemophilia to cancer.
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